STASH follows the misadventures of Jimmy Fox, a good-hearted nebbish, who hits on the business idea of a lifetime. For a modest fee, he and his cousin Bobby come to your home (in the event of your death) and secretly remove all your porn before your spouse or children have a chance to find it. Jimmy calls the process "PMR" ("post mortem retrieval"). But major trouble is on the horizon. Jimmy's long suffering wife, Alice, is at her wits end. Meanwhile, Jimmy's in-laws, the Bookenlachers, are threatening legal action. But it all finally comes to a head when a mysterious client known only as Mr. X walks through Jimmy's door. A sinister-looking children's entertainer, a man obsessed with clowns, Mister X touches off a deep-rooted vein of paranoia within Jimmy. But when Jimmy finally works up the nerve to sneak into Mister X's basement crawlspace, the story takes an unexpected turn. Written by
The only way to summarize this movie is to say that it is pure trash.
I don't review movies that often but I couldn't resist with this one. This movie is so bad that it looks like it was made with a $50 video camera by a couple of sleazy drunks. What were they thinking? I'm amazed that this piece of trash even made it to DVD although I'm sure it never made it to theaters. I can't even find words to better describe how absolutely terrible this "movie" is. I sensed that the people involved in making it must have been so sleazy that I felt like I needed to take a shower after seeing it. It's really that bad. It has no redeeming qualities at all. It isn't even the type of movie that is so bad that it is good. It's just plain bad.
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